One Sweet Moment

Credit Photo @mariekleber37

It’s funny how, with some photos, you are back to the moment you took them, back to this place where you decided that the scene was so delicate it has to be kept. There were so funny together, best friends forever. It’s what they were saying to each other. And in kids langage it’s the best promise you can make!

Gone the cries and the tears, the messy parts of days, gone the fights for the best place at the table or the chosen coloring book. Gone the noise that make us want to leave the place, the space and find somewhere a bit of silence and rest.

It was just a moment and it’s that sweet moment that I wanted to celebrate!

Best Book

I looked at Anne Lamott, Bird by bird, on the shelf and I knew it’s time again. To indulge in the truth of her writing, to let go of expectations and come back to the only thing that makes sense: the white page and the will to express feelings, share stories, tell something that we are many to see, but I’m the only one to see the way I do.

This book is like my bible, my refuge, my place of choice when tides are high and when I doubt. Which happens quite often!

This book is where I know I will find what I need to move on. The world will seem once again like an amazing scene with so many things to discuss. The world will open to me and I will open to it, fully aware that it was always there, I just forgot about it, too focused on the wrong, the loss, the scary.

I took Anne Lamott with me this morning and already I witness the magic!

Tell me do you have such a book? Which book takes you back on track, gives you direction when you feel like you’re loosing it all? I a quite curious to know…

In the world of ideas

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It’s been a while. I should say “ages”. There was a time I thought I could not spend one day without words. And here I am, finding no time for short stories or poems. Ideas are there, somewhere. It looks like they know I don’t have much time for them. So they stay quiet.

I would love them to shout out loud, so I would make it a priority to take time for them. And yet I am glad they let me free, so I can make myself available for whatever comes my way.

When I don’t write as I used to, I am a bit worried that I won’t write anymore. It’s just a “maybe” but it could feel so real at times.

Here I am, trying to explain these things, trying to catch up an idea just for a couple of lines. Outside darkness is calling for bedtime. And I let my eyes wonder on the computer screen, thinking of the time ideas flew out of me like millions of shooting stars…

Golden Bloggerz Award!

Hey there! It’s been a long long time on the Awards Line! So here we go again, thanks to Grace from Grace from the Sun who nominated my blog. She has a way with words that is enchanting to me! Thank you so much for your kind attention Grace!

What is the Golden Bloggerz Award?

The Golden Bloggerz Award was created by Chris Kosto to motivate and reward all the amazing bloggers who work hard every day to serve their audiences and deserve some recognition.

The Rules

  1. Place the award logo on your blog.
  2. Mention the rules.
  3. Mention the award creator and link to their blog.
  4. Thank whomever nominated you and link to their blog.
  5. Tell your audience three things about you.
  6. Answer your nominator’s questions.
  7. Nominate 10 people who deserve this award.
  8. Ask the nominees 5 questions of your choice.
  9. Let the nominees know of their nomination by commenting on their social media or blog.
  10. Share links to 2-3 of your best/favorite posts.

Now 3 things about me:

I came to poetry while I was living in Ireland and I never looked back.
Every time I hear music I just want to dance.
When I am near the sea I feel like I am at home.

My answers to Grace questions:

  • What is the greatest lesson you have learned? That life will send you the same kind of experiences till you’re ready to see what you need to change!
  • What advice would you give to yourself from 10 years ago? Listen to your heart.
  • What is your favorite and least favorite color? Favorite is blue, least favorite is brown.
  • How would you want to be remembered? Like “she brought colors to my life!”
  • What is your favorite quote? “Even after all this time the sun never says to the earth, ‘You owe me.’ Look what happens with a love like that. It lights the whole sky.” Hafiz

Now let’s see who the nominee’s are:



My questions are:

1- When did you start blogging and why?
2- What’s the most precious feeling in life for you?
3- What is the first thing you see in the morning?
4- How would you describe Life to a young child?
5- What means poetry for you?

And to finish, 3 of my favorite posts here:

An invaluable lesson

Face to face

The Lioness bewitched

Enjoy your day!

Rejection sucks and that’s fine!

Crédit Marie Kléber

It sucks. And it will always suck.
Rejection does. And it’s fine.

It’s just another blow. One you can handle.
Just like when the wind is messing up with your hair. No damage.
Not much you can do either.

Just say “ok”. And try again.
It will come again and again.
And you’ll go back on the scene again and again.
Knowing that despite rejection, there’s nothing else you’d like to do differently.